Luxury Cruise Ship Shore Excursions/ Day Tours  

& Private Charters

From Dunedin Port

Overview

From the world’s steepest street to the country’s only castle, Dunedin is a city that has many stories to share and activities to experience. Few New Zealand cities have such an impressive mix of old and new as Dunedin. is it the second largest city in the South Island, it’s also home to some of the country’s rarest locals. The city sits at the head of a dramatic natural harbour protected by the Otago Peninsula. The peninsula is known for its wildlife particularly the northern royal albatross, the world’s rarest penguin, and various species of seals, sea lions and birds. Dunedin is commonly referred to as New Zealand’s wildlife capital and a major eco-tourism destination but it also has a reputation for fine arts, fashion and culture. This, combined with its colourful student life and a repertoire of unique cuisine and quirky events, makes Dunedin an attractive and fun destination. The city’s heritage was built on the gold rushes of the 1860s and today Victorian and Edwardian buildings can still be seen at every turn. The grandeur and rich heritage of Dunedin’s historic homes is something to be experienced.